Aquamess feature in Photographic Museum of Humanity: suffocating swirls of plastic

Curated contemporary photography on “relevant issues of our times.”:

Climate change and marine pollution have been named a double-threat by the United Nations. And, looking at their consequences, there is no doubt that the environment and global health are closely connected. “We are becoming plastic”, humanitarian activist, Carol Devine says. “We are poisoning ourselves by poisoning the oceans because we are a part of the food chain. Seeing how nano-plastic is killing seabirds and fishes enables us to understand how toxic these particles are for our health”, she explains.